The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) expects 50% voter turnout on the parliamentary elections on July 21. This was reported by the leader of coordinating headquarters of MIA Ivan Stoiko; the broadcast was held by Hromadske TV.
“We hope to see at least 50% of voters,”Stoiko said.
The Chairman of the coordinating HQ of MIA noted that more than 200,000 of Ukrainians changed their voting addresses. According to him, 50% turnout is connected with due to massive summer vacations and students’ leaving cities for the summertime.
As we reported earlier, during the election campaign, the police stated almost 6,000 violations.
We recall that the Parliamentary elections is slated for July 21.